The oldest football stadiums in the world

Top 10 oldest stadiums in the world are located in Great Britain. Below you can find summary.

#10 Celtic Park

This football stadium is located in Glasgow, Scotland. With a capacity of  over 60 000 is the largest football stadium in Scotland and one of the largest in Great Britain. It was constructed in 1892.

#9 St. James’ Park

Football stadium in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, which has a seating capacity of over 52 000. It was constructed in 1892.  It is the home of  Newcastle United F.C..

#8 Anfield 

This is a football stadium in Liverpool, England. It was constructed in 1884 and initially it was the home of Everton F.C. Since 1892 it has been the home of Liverpool F.C.. It has a seating capacity of over 54 000.

#7 Cappielow Park

It is a football stadium in Greenock, Scotland. It is the home ground of Greenock Morton, who have played there since 1879.  It has a capacity of 11 589.

#6 Stamford Bridge

It is a football stadium located in Fulham, London. It is the home ground of Chelsea F.C., witch has a capacity of over 41 000. Opened in 1877.

#5 Deepdale

The stadium was constructed in 1875 in Preston, England. It is the home of Preston North End F.C., with a total capacity of 23 404.

#4 The Racecourse

It is a stadium located in Wrexham, North Wales. It is the home of Wrexham AFC. Football has been played at this stadium since 1864.

#3 Bramall Lane

It is a football stadium in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. It is the home of Sheffield United. It was originally a cricket ground and was built in 1855 but didn’t host its first football match until 1862. It has a capacity of over 32 000.

#2 Field Mill

Currently known as One Call Stadium  is a football ground in Mansfield, England and is the home of Mansfield Town F.C.. It is hosting football since 1861 (although some reports date it back as far as 1850). It has a capacity of 9 186.

#1 Sandygate Road

First opened in 1804. It was originally a cricket ground (and stayed also a cricket ground for this days). In 1860 Hallam F.C. and Sheffield F.C. played there the first football match between two clubs in the world. Sandygate has been recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the “Oldest Ground in the World”. It has a capacity of 700. It is home of Hallam F.C.